Daily Cupcakes: September 29th, 2017

cupcake_logo_invisColorado Avalanche

Defenseman Chris Bigras in the opening-night mix for the Avalanche
Bedar had this to say about Bigras: “For me, his play has gotten better and better as camp has gone on.” [The Denver Post]

NHL point projections: How we see 2017-18 season unfolding. They sure don’t expect much from the Colorado Avalanche. [USA Today]

 

The Rest of the Game

Did Versace rip off Canucks’ so-called Flying Skate logo? New sweater selling for $1,525. [CBC]

After another disappointing preseason result, is it time to worry about the Caps? [CSN Mid Atlantic]

Blues have talked about outside help to replace Fabbri, including Jaromir Jagr. [The Star]

Don Cherry: Kneeling Protests Media Coverage Is Hypocritical.  He said ex-Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow was mocked by the media for taking a knee to pray. [Huffington Post]

Sharks’ Ward says he won’t protest during anthem. [Toronto Sun]

Jets have legitimate shot in not-quite-as-tough Central. [Winnipeg Free Press]

CHL Top 10 Spotlight: Regina Pats. [WHL]

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  1. “NHL point projections: How we see 2017-18 season unfolding. They sure don’t expect much from the Colorado Avalanche.”

    Good. The team can establish a strong start by taking other teams by surprise.

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